Youth Program Coordinator
Loaves, Fishes, and Computers
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Job Title: Youth Program Coordinator
Job Type: Volunteer
Loaves, Fishes, & Computers (LFC) helps low-income families, seniors, veterans, people with disabilities and non-profit organizations obtain dependable computers and inexpensive technical support. LFC is currently soliciting applications for the position of Youth Program Coordinator.
On September 2015, LFC formed a collaboration with Monterey County Office of Education (MCOE), called Innovation Technology Arts Pathway ( iTAP). MCOE’s Alternative Education Program is now teaching students at LFC 3 days/week in our training room in their high school core curriculum, and technology, in which each student then shadows an LFC volunteer for 1+ hour/day working on/building computers and helping in other general ways.
We are working on defining the program for these students to make it better than it already is.
Position Description : The Youth Program Coordinator is responsible for training youth volunteers in all relevant LFC responsibilities and duties.
Salary : this is a volunteer position.
The Youth Program Coordinator is responsible for providing training in LFC’s Administration, Equipment Processing and Quality Assurance procedures for youth ages 14-18
The Youth Coordinator will be responsible for implementing and evaluating programming, special events and services for youth enrolled in the iTap Program.
Monitor and encourage students’ academic and social progress by acting as a liaison to key teachers and staff at program site
Assist with the plans for integrating student efforts within the organization
Collaborate with staff, tutors, and other volunteers to develop and implement training plans.
Engage students in learning through well-organized one-on-one and group activities with volunteers
Maintain consistent, effective communication between all tutors (Volunteers)
Ensure safety and well-being of all students and volunteers.
At least 1 year of related professional experience; experience working in youth development or in an educational setting is preferred.
CPR/First Aid Certification is required within six (6) months.
Experience working in a cross-culturally diverse environment.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Able to work independently. Must be flexible, capable of working under pressure with deadlines and managing multiple priorities.
Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment.
Strong computer skills particularly in MS Office applications and experience with databases.
Must have reliable transportation and maintain valid driver’s license and insurance coverage
Must be able to attend weekend events as necessary.
Position Reports to: Executive Director and Programs and Operations Manager
Hours: Need two schedules covered:
All prospective LFC Volunteers shall fill out a Volunteer Application and answer the Have you ever been convicted of a criminal offense (felony or misdemeanor)? question.
(Note: No applicant will be denied solely on the grounds of conviction of a criminal offense. The date of the offense, the nature of the offense, including any significant details that affect the description of the event, and the surrounding circumstances and the relevance of the offense to the position(s) applied for may, however, be considered.)
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About Loaves, Fishes, and Computers
938 S Main St, Salinas, CA 93901, US
Loaves, Fishes and Computers’ (LFC) mission is to help overcome the digital and economic divides by providing low-cost or no-cost computer systems, technology assistance and computer repair to low-income families, seniors, veterans, people with disabilities, and non-profit organizations, while providing volunteers a place to learn, share & grow in the field of Computer Science & Information Technology.
. We believe that by providing a low-income family or individual with a ready-to-use computer can help them achieve their goals of job search, career advancement, education, or life improvement.Our hope is to keep seniors, students and the disabled connected to the resources, opportunities and community through technology